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Jan 11, 2013 4:30am PST
. "dateline" will take a close look at how marc klaas helped the family as they searched for her body. le went missing from hayward in may of 2011. her killer, giselle estaban is now serving 25 years to life in prison. the two-hour "dateline" airs tonight at 9:00 right here on nbc bay area. >>> 4:37. back to square one in the search for san jose's next police chief. current chief chris moore is retiring a week from saturday. the three possible replacements were rejected by a panel of community leaders wednesday. the city is now coming up with some transition plans. >> we're going to have to come up with plans to keep warm. it's a cold start to our day. >> blankets. cocoa. >> we did have some snow in santa cruz mountains. >> we did. we didn't get it in san francisco but we did get it in some places in the bay area. they got it in big sir. as we head throughout the day today, temperatures will be on the cold side to start. keep that in mind. we do have plenty of 30s out there right now getting ready to hit the 20s as we progress into the coldest point of the day. 30 in gilroy. 31 in napa this mo
Jan 16, 2013 4:00am PST
. >> oh, my goodness. marc klaas is the founder of klaas kids foundation back in 1993, his 12-year-old daughter polly klaas was kidnapped from her home, they found her body two months later. the man convicted of killing polly is on death row, it's a story i reported in san francisco so i've known marc klaas a long time. sometimes i hear these stories. the newest one, a little girl 5 years old, it seems like every rule was broken in school policy. no, the woman didn't have to show i.d. when she went to the main office, she just was able to get her daughter 45 minutes after classes started and walk out. it made no sense on so many levels. i guess after all the news about all the abductions that we have covered over all these years, how -- how can we protect kids from this exact thing? it's horrific. >> well, soledad, you're absolutely correct about the breakdown in policy. she was supposed to go to the principal's office. she was supposed to show i.d. they were supposed to physically i.d. her. and then escort the child to the office so that the principal could make sure everything wa
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